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Topic: My Turbo Crazy SC/TO. (4 msgs / 94 lines)
1) From: Obrien, Haskell W.
I took some pictures, and wrote up a bit on my Turbo Crazy.http://biobug.org/coffee/turbo-crazy/Comments are welcome!
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2) From: Erik Gilling
obrienh wrote on Sat, 08 October 2005 16:10
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Nice.  I like the "hinge" for the copper cap.  I'll have to do that myself.
-Erik

3) From: Gene Smith
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I tried to be a little too clever and I drilled holes the size of 
the wires and then cut slots into them that were slightly smaller. 
The idea was that the cap would "pop" onto the wires.  Which it 
does...when cold.  I completely failed to compensate for the 
expansion when that happy-heat-conducting copper gets hot.  When 
good & hot, the cap is rather loose.  However, it has never come 
even close to falling in the beans...just moves around a bit more 
than I intended on the wires.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

4) From: Peter Schmidt
Same mistake here Gene, but mine's loose enough to pop off when dumping the
beans.  Threaded on the shaft that holds my arm in place is a wing nut.
Around the wing nut is a 'noodle' of aluminum foil, which holds the copper
cap in place.
Peter
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